After a long but enjoyable day of teaching and learning at City Language School, there is nothing better than a piping hot pizza. Whether it’s a thin base or super crispy crust to hold onto and get your teeth into, the quality of pizza in this city has vastly improved over the last few years. There are some really great options to choose from right across Dublin and we think these three are standouts.
The owners of this company take their pizza making very seriously indeed. They went to Naples, learnt how to make pizza properly, came home, built their own wood-fired oven, started growing their own ingredients and then opened to sell their tasty goodness to their adoring fans.
Really worth checking out.
Just around the corner from the school, this pizza parlour is quickly running out of room for the awards it has won in recent years. Take one bite of their meticulously prepared pizza and you’ll find out why. The prices are not too bad either given the quality.
Good quality, cheap and quick. What’s not to like about Sano? This spot is owned by two Irish brothers who visited Naples some years back and were inspired to create what they saw – good food at good prices.
Pizzas here start at €6.50. And guess what? It’s just a couple of minutes away from our city centre school.
City Language School is right in the heart of Dublin City Centre. Dublin is the proud and vibrant capital of Ireland and with its cosmopolitan and modern feel, it has repeatedly been voted Europe’s friendliest city by Trip Advisor. Dublin boasts strong links with literature, music, dance and storytelling. As you walk through the streets of Temple Bar, you can absorb the musical tradition which spills onto the streets from the many bars and restaurants; truly a city of enormous beauty! Dublin is surrounded by breath-taking natural scenery that will leave you with lifelong memories. It is perfectly located on the eastern coastline of Ireland and is a convenient gateway to the rest of Europe.
We are conveniently located in the heart of Dublin on Dame Street, giving you easy access to the whole city of Dublin as well as bus and tram lines for you to get around.